Soundscapes Soundscapes What do you hear in these recordings? Test your ability to pick out individual insect calls from the "wall of sound." What is the dominant species in this recording?September 4, 2013, at Miller Woods of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. https://singinginsects.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/17-Track-17d.mp3Fall Field CricketSnowy Tree CricketGladiator Meadow Katydid Which common species can be heard singing faintly in the background?Recorded September 25, 2018, at Carl's home in western DuPage County https://singinginsects.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/1247d3_01.mp3Common True KatydidHandsome TrigSnowy Tree Cricket The following two recordings were made at Blackwell Forest Preserve in DuPage on August 5, 2006. Among the many insects that can be heard (listen for a sword-bearing conehead) what do you hear?https://singinginsects.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/31-Track-31d.mp3https://singinginsects.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/30-Track-30d.mp3Two-spotted Tree CricketCommon True KatydidSnowy Tree Cricket Underneath the sound of the rattler round-winged katydids, what other katydid can be heard? September 17, 2007, at Timber Ridge Forest Preserve in DuPage County. https://singinginsects.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/11-Track-11d.mp3Roesel's KatydidBlack-legged Meadow KatydidGreater Angle wing Katydid Time is Up!